Kelley Kronenberg, a diverse full-service law firm, organized a firm-wide Thanksgiving Food Drive as part of its ongoing Kelley Kronenberg Cares (KKC) initiative. KKC was created to provide opportunities for the firm’s attorneys and staff to personally commit to civic and charitable efforts in the cities where the firm’s offices are located.
“This is our second KKC project and something we all feel very strongly about. Sadly, too many of our neighbors are struggling to put food on the table for their families,” said Kelley Kronenberg CMO Thomas Choberka, who leads the firm’s KKC efforts in the Fort Lauderdale office.
“We hope that through these donations we helped make the Thanksgiving holiday a bit easier for these well deserving individuals.”
Throughout the month of November, the members of Kelley Kronenberg’s offices across Florida collected everything from canned food items to kitchen supplies and toys to donate to an organization in their respective communities.
Donations locally were made in Miami Lakes and Brickell offices to the First Presbyterian Church of Miami and were led by partner Julie L. Swindell and attorney Patrick J. Davis.
The firm’s first KKC project in August involved a statewide school supplies drive for students. In addition to the firm’s regular philanthropic work, the KKC program will host a Girl Scout Cookies for Overseas Troops initiative in the coming months.
“Our attorneys and staff have all embraced this philanthropy program and have come together for the benefit of all of our communities. We also enjoy working with these wonderful charitable organizations that tirelessly help those in need,” Choberka said.
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